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    Late Night Laughter

    A stoic FBI agent comes to small-town America to investigate the murder of the local prom queen. Everything appears "cherry-pie perfect" on the surface, but closer investigation reveals a seamy and surreal underbelly to the city.

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    Robert J. Schlosser (1935-2002)

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    Career Moves

    Touring performers get the show on the road.

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    N.Y. Film Festival Keeps Reputation

    The New York Film Festival turns 40 this year, but it's just as picky as it was in its infancy.

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    Liz Lerman Gets 'Genius'

    Liz Lerman, a choreographer and performer, has just won a MacArthur Fellowship, also known as the "genius grant."

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    Rum and Vodka

    An early work by Conor McPherson, "Rum and Vodka" is a clear-eyed tale of one man's loss of everything over three days due to his uncontrollable drinking.

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    Imagine Revs Up For Biker Film

    Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment has teamed with "Monster's Ball" screenwriter Milo Addica on an untitled biker feature for Universal Pictures.

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    Cobb

    "Cobb," presented by the Falcon Theatre, Kevin Spacey, and Bernie Morris, in association with Trigger Street Productions, at the Falcon Theatre, 4252 Riverside Drive. Burbank. Wed.-Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 4 p.m. Sept. 14-Oct. 6. $25-37.50. (818) 955-8101.

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    NYS Eases Rules for Capital Projects

    Governor Pataki has signed legislation amending a small yet key provision of the state's arts and cultural affairs law affecting what nonprofit institutions must do to obtain financial assistance from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) for capital projects. Such projects could include the improvement, expansion ...

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    Deauville Fest Off to Slow Start

    The 28th Deauville Festival of American Cinema got off to a muted start on the weekend, with few stars in town and zero parties to inject a festive spirit into the event.